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Below you will find the grant proposals which were approved in October by the Steering Committee and shared with those who attended the annual meeting. As many of you will remember, we did not give out grants last year because we could not implement a vetting process which would satisfy the PCUSA regarding organizations which applied for grants who were not our mission partners. That is to say, we couldn’t verify who they were and did the work they claimed to do. 

Since 2016, we have worked out a vetting process and were pleased to be able to allocate both the 2016 and 2017 funds, totaling $38,000 for grants at this time. We received nine applications (three of which were applying for a second grant and one of which was applying a second time for a first grant), and because we had more funds than in the past, we were able to give a grant to each of the nine projects.  Not only did we have more funds, but we genuinely felt that each of the projects was worthy of our support.  Much prayerful consideration was given to each application as the sub-committee reviewed and rated each one; two conference calls brought us to our final recommendations. The list of grant recipients are listed below in alphabetical order.

Most sincerely and enthusiastically,
IPMN Grants Committee
Linda B. Brebner, Chair
Carol Mead
Carol Hylkema

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IPMN Grants Approved  in 2017

American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese Jerusalem — “Mobile Clinic Equipment for St. Luke’s Hospital” in Nablus, West Bank 

AFEDJ is a non-political, independent nonprofit which acts as a partner to the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and is the sole non-profit organization in the US dedicated to supporting the humanitarian institutions of the Episcopal Diocese.   AFEDJ’s request is for IPMN to contribute funds for a new Lutech, Datalyst 500 fetal heart monitor to be used in a mobile unit clinic which extends the care of St. Luke’s Hospital in Nablus.  These mobile clinics are central to the care given by St. Luke’s because many patients are unable to travel to St. Luke’s due to the security checkpoints and violence done toward Palestinians by some inhabitants of nearby Israeli settlements.  High-quality care to pregnant women is one of the primary services that St. Luke’s staff provides, and each mobile clinic van needs to have an ultrasound fetal heart monitor.  These monitors are particularly necessary in late pregnancy and during labor.  A grant of $4,500. was approved for one heart monitor.


 

American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA)— “Equipping the Zuhour Al-Walajeh Preschool”  Outside Bethlehem

ANERA is a registered non-governmental, non-profit, international organization established in 1968 to advance the well-being of communities in the West Bank, Gaza and Lebanon.  Today, ANERA responds to the economic, health and educational needs of the most marginalized people in the Middle East.  In the West Bank and Gaza, only one-third of all four- and five-year-olds are enrolled in preschool.  ANERA is committed to fostering safe and effective spaces in which Palestinian children can learn and grow.  ANERA has built or renovated 10% of the existing preschools in the West Bank and Gaza.  ANERA requested a grant to furnish Zuhour Al-Walajeh Preschool with educational and age-appropriate toys, learning materials, outdoor play equipment, and furniture.   Zuhour Al-Walajeh is a traditional agricultural village located just four kilometers northwest of Bethlehem.  A grant of $3,500. for educational equipment was approved.


 

Bethlehem Bible College— “Christ at the Checkpoint Conference 2018”  in Bethlehem

Under the leadership of Bethlehem Bible College, four “Christ at the Checkpoint” conferences have been held during the past 10 years, at which between 300 and 700 participants attended.  In May 2018, the fifth international conference will take place with the theme, “Jesus at the Center: The Centrality of Jesus in our Theology, Advocacy, and Mission.”  The group describes itself as follows, “We are a community of Evangelical Christians who believe that following Jesus with integrity means that our lives are formed by our love for God, the teaching of the Bible and a fearless life of discipleship (within the context) of Israeli-Palestinian conflict…We wish to find Jesus at the center of everything we do and to make his life our life, which means finding courageous love for Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews alike.”

The conference will be led by Palestinian Christians, and all Evangelical Christians everywhere are invited to attend in hopes…this conference will provide a much-needed platform for Evangelical Christians to learn about and become engaged in working towards Christ-led solutions for peace.   The conference will be four days of lectures, small group discussions and workshops as well as fieldtrips to different places that are “hot zones” in the conflict.  The registrations for all participants are kept reasonable; therefore, the amount needed to make up the difference between the income from the registrations and the expenses is $63,000.  A grant of $4,400. to be used toward these conference expenses was approved.


Bright Stars of Bethlehem— “Dar al-Kalima University Scholarships” in Bethlehem

Bright Stars of Bethlehem, NFP is the US 50l(c)(3) organization that supports the work of the Diyar Consortium and the ministries and programs begun through Christmas Lutheran Church in 1995.  Dar Al-Kalima University, accredited in 2013 as a four-year (BA) institution, is the only Lutheran/Christian university/college in the Middle East dedicated to arts and culture education for Palestinian students seeking economical and self-sustaining futures in their homeland.  The focus on the arts and culture is critical for people living under occupation in which it is easy to lose one’s identity and narrative.

The Scholarship Stars program is for Dar al-Kalima (DAK) students enrolled at the University, where a full year’s tuition is $3,600. (USD).  The student body is composed of 378 full and part-time students with the demographics of 60% Muslim, 40% Christian; 51% female, 49% male with ages ranging from 21-53.  Almost all the students receive scholarship assistance.  The goal of Scholarship Stars is to support 100 full time students by raising $360,000 over two years beginning in January, 2017.  Upon graduation; there are many teaching positions available in the 600 elementary schools (public and private) in the West Bank, as well as many graduates become well prepared to begin their own viable businesses.  A grant of $3,600. was approved for a one-year scholarship.


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Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP)— “Interfaith Advisory Group

Churches for Middle East Peace is a 501(c)(3) coalition of 27 national Church denominations and organizations in Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Evangelical traditions.  CMEP’s Congressional Engagement program (CE) exists to develop and grow CMEP’s capacity to engage Congress in order to advocate effectively for U.S. policies that promote a comprehensive, just and secure resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  This project involves the re-establishing of the Interfaith Advisory Group (IAG) to elevate and bring together the voices of Christian, Muslim and Jewish civil society leaders engaged in peace and justice work in Palestinian and Israeli communities.  While strengthening interfaith relationships, the work of the IAG will lift up the voices of Palestinians and Israelis as they also inform CMEP’s advocacy with U.S. and International policy makers.  A grant of $3,000. was approved for the expenses of re-organizing the Interfaith Advisory Group.


 

Hebron International Resources Network (HIRN)— “Increasing the Chances of Bedouin Girls Education in Hebron Governorate” in Hebron

HIRN’s mission is to improve access to education for the most vulnerable sectors of the Palestinian communities.  This particular project would provide a classroom to expand a unisex school for girls in a small, traditional Bedouin community of Zweidin in the South Hebron Hills.  In the public education settings boys and girls attend school in mixed classes.  Families tend to force their girls to drop out in early stages to prevent mixing the genders.  Having a unisex school allows the girls to continue their education up through high school.  Over the past three years, the community has created such a school which now provides classes for 70 girls.  By adding another two classrooms and bathroom facilities, the school could expand its student body by 35 students to a total of 105.   With a secondary education, research shows the students will have higher family incomes, marry later, have fewer children and at an older age and invest in their own children’s education.  A grant of $6,000. was approved for the purchase of one pre-fab classroom.


 

Jahalin Solidarity— “A Social Media Campaign: Who is a Bedouin and what is S/he?” in Jerusalem

Jahalin Solidarity is a non-profit registered in Ramallah, which aims to improve and develop Palestinian society (especially for Bedouin).  This project would create five filmlets to be used in social media to introduce Bedouins to the Israeli and Palestinian publics, neither of which understand the Bedouin, who are marginalized by both groups.  The subjects of these filmlets will be five Bedouin spokespersons who will speak  about what being Bedouin means to them.  It is hoped that these messages will help the public to identify with the Bedouin and to realize that they are not being treated fairly.  At this point, Bedouin are not “seen” by the Israelis or the Palestinians.  Hopefully, through this project, the Bedouins will become more visible and their voices more clearly heard.   A grant of $3,000.  toward the producing of the first filmlet was approved.


 

Vision Association for Culture and Arts (VACA and also referred to as the House of Hope) – “Grade Levels Expansion of VACA School”  in Bethany, West Bank


VACA provides an elementary school for the Bethany villages of Al-Eizariya, Abu Dis and Al-Sawahera, which are increasingly isolated due to the barrier wall and restrictions imposed by the Israeli army.  This marginalization diminishes resources for the arts and leaves community members feeling that their cultural heritage is disappearing.  Particularly children experience a sense of hopelessness in this environment.  VACA was established in 2008 to promote freedom, independence and justice by increasing cultural, artistic and literary awareness among Palestinian children.  This program aims to empower children with creative self-expression and nonviolent communication skills.

VACA operates the House of Hope, which is a kindergarten and elementary school for low-income Palestinian children of Muslim and Christian faiths.  In addition to the required academic curriculum, House of Hope teaches creative learning classes around arts, crafts, music and dance.  So far, the school includes Kindergarten and Grades 1 and 2.  This grant would allow them to expand their program to include children who have reached Grades 3 and 4.   A grant of $4,000. was approved for equipment and educational materials necessary to add more students.

 

 


 

Yaffa Youth Movement Association (YYMA)— “Access to Higher Education for Palestinian Youth” in Yaffa

YYMA has spent the last seven years, identifying critical needs of local residents in Yaffa and working to improve the life of community members.  They believe that the only way forward is to build a unified and cohesive community that is empowered, resilient, inclusive and democratic.  To do so, it is important to have a strong youth movement built on democratic values and human rights, strong community support and accountability, and solid partnerships.  This particular project will support 27 high school youth from Yaffa, who will participate in a program to develop access to university and academic engagement.  They hope to present and develop options for university entrance and academic career paths, which is important because marginalized Palestinian youth typically live in very non-academic environments.  The 27 students will take part in field trips to meet students and staff at six universities in Israel.  They will meet with Palestinian academics and/or Ph. D. candidates in informal settings to share ideas regarding academic career prospects.  A grant $5,000. was approved to cover the expenses for the field trips.

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IPMN stands against all forms of bigotry, discrimination, and hate, including antisemitism* and Islamophobia. And we maintain that being anti-Zionist is not the same as being antisemitic. Education and advocacy for justice in Israel-Palestine require clarification of important distinctions between Judaism and Zionism.  
 
Jewish Voice for Peace differentiates the two clearly:
"Zionism is a political ideology; Judaism and Jewish identity encompass a diversity of religious and secular expressions and a robust, varied set of traditions, cultures, and lived experiences. ... Definitions of antisemitism that treat criticism of Israel or of Zionism as inherently antisemitic are inaccurate and harmful.” (jvp.org/antisemitism)
 
The majority of Jews are not Israeli, and not all citizens of Israel are Jewish. Not all Jews are Zionists; Israel does not represent or speak for all Jews.  Criticism of the discriminatory policies and practices of the state of Israel —which privilege Jews over non-Jews— is not inherently antisemitic, in the same way that criticism of Trump Administration policies is not un-American.  To reiterate, anti-Zionism is not antisemitism.  
 
IPMN maintains that as a state, Israel must be held to the same standards as other countries.  It must be accountable for its actions under international human rights laws. To hold Israel to a different standard because it is a Jewish state, or to give it a free pass on flagrant violations of international law  is a form of exceptionalism that is in fact antisemitic because to consider Jews as better than or worse than other people is antisemitic.  
Through its 2018 Jewish Nation State Law, Israel has formally codified conditions that meet the definition of the crime of apartheid under international law.  IPMN has condemned this law because it precludes recognition of equal rights for all citizens of Israel. Advocating equality and human rights for Palestinians is not in itself anti semitic; labeling it as such is a hurtful slur that defames the humanity and dignity of Palestinians. 
We conclude that the best way to stand against antisemitism is to stand in solidarity with all struggles for justice against all racism, bigotry, oppression and injustice. Today’s heightened moment of focus on human rights presents the challenge to overcome privileging white supremacy and settler colonialism, demanding that we organize across issues, boundaries, and movements to create multicultural, democratic societies in which all people have equal value and equal rights.  
 

 
*IPMN has adopted this spelling in accordance with the rationale of not using the European-created racial category, “Semite.” This rationale is explained by Jewish Voice for Peace under their policy statement “Fighting Antisemitism”
“We have chosen to use the spelling ‘antisemitism,’ following the advice of scholars in Jewish Studies who have made a compelling case for this spelling. The category ‘Semite’ was developed as a part of European psuedo-scientific theories of race in the 19th century. We want to be clear that the spelling of ‘antisemitism’ should not be used to further the separation of ‘Arabs’ and ‘Jews.’ (For more, see Wilhelm Marr, “The Way to Victory of Germanism over Judaism,” 1879)

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IPMN 2019 Annual Meeting Agenda 
First & Franklin Presbyterian Church
Baltimore, Maryland

AGENDA

Thursday, November 7th

8:30-9:30am IPMN Steering Committee (SC)
Meets (w/breakfast included)
Reid Chapel
(location for all Thursday AM events)
 
9:30am
Sub committees/starfish arms to join SC Meeting
 
10:30
Introductions of New SC Members
 
11:00
Updates and Discussion with
Luciano Kovacs and Doug Dicks
 
12:00
Current SC only
Debrief & Prep for Annual Meeting
 
12:30
Break
 
3:00-3:45
Registration Open
Lobby / Narthex
 
4:00
Welcome
Co-Moderator, Marietta Macy
Sanctuary
 
4:15
Opening Worship with Communion
Jonathan Kuttab Preaching
Sanctuary
 
5:15
Introductions and Announcements from the Network
• New Publication from Syria Lebanon Mission Network- Pauline Coffman
• Upcoming trips in 2020
• World Mission, Middle East Coordinator- Luciano Kovacs
• Mission Co-Worker- Doug Dicks
• Other announcements
Sanctuary
 
6:00-7:00pm
Dinner
Reid Chapel

7:15pm IPMN Business:
• Co-Moderator’s Report- Marietta Macy
• Report on Changes to By-Laws and Steering Committee Structure
• Report from the Nominating Committee and Elections - Andries Coetzee
Sanctuary

9:00pm
Celebrating Successes of 2019!
Thanks, accomplishments, and successful fundraising campaign
Sanctuary
 
9:30pm
Informal gathering
Hotel Indigo Bar

Friday, November 8th

All Day Display Tables, Resources, Exhibits
Reid Chapel

8:30am
Morning Prayer
Reid Chapel
 
9:00-9:45
Finances
• Budget Report- Dave Jones
• Report from the Grants Committee- Carol Hylkema
• Reflection from Travel Scholarship Recipients
• 2020 Fundraising Campaign- Kurt Kaboth
Reid Chapel
 
9:45-11:00
Discussion with Jonathan Kuttab
Sanctuary

11:00am
Break
 
11:15 – 11:50
Information for afternoon sessions
 Using Why Palestine Matters for Regional IPMN meetings 
Joint Advocacy Initiative’s Keep Hope Alive Campaign
 Sanctuary

12:00-1:00
Lunch
Reid Chapel
 
1:00-2:30
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
• Keep Hope Alive Olive Campaign w/ Muhanad Qaisy
• Going Regional: Using Why Palestine Matters
with Noushin Framke, Susan Landau, and Don Maclay
Various Meeting Rooms
 
2:30
Break
 
3:00-4:30
Afternoon Breakout Sessions repeated
• Keep Hope Alive Olive Campaign w/ Muhanad Qaisy
• Going Regional: Using Why Palestine Matters
with Noushin Framke, Susan Landau, and Don Maclay
Various Meeting Rooms
 
4:30
Break

5:30-6:30pm
Dinner
Reid Chapel
 
7:00-8:30pm
Keynote Presentation
Jonathan Kuttab
Sanctuary
 
9:00pm
Informal gathering
Hotel Indigo Bar
 

Saturday, November 9th

8:30am
Morning Prayer
Reid Chapel
(location for all Saturday events)
 
 
9:15-11:00
General Assembly Planning and 
other small groups or regional groups as needed

11:15-11:30
Plenary Session
Closing Business
 
 
11:30-12:00
Sending Service
 
 
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SPEAKER BIOS

Jonathan Kuttab 

Jonathan Kuttab is a leading human rights attorney and advocate for Palestinian rights. He is co-founder of Al Haq —the first international human rights legal organization in Palestine— as well as Non-Violence International, and the Mandela Institute for Prisoners.  Jonathan is a Palestinian Christian who is a past chair of the Bethlehem Bible College and serves on the board of the Sabeel Ecumenical Theology Center in Jerusalem. He is a leader in the establishment of Christ at the Checkpoint conference and was part of the 1994 legal team for the Cairo agreement that resulted in the Oslo II Accord. 
 

Muhanad Al Qaisy

Muhanad Al Qaisy has worked as the Project Officer for the Olive Tree Campaign of the Joint Advocacy Initiative since 2014.  Muhanad is a Palestinian refugee from the village of Beit Jebrin, his grandfather being forced to leave in 1948.  He presently lives in Deheishah Refugee Camp in Bethlehem.  He is a graduate of Bethlehem University with a degree in social work and psychology. Muhanad has been involved in projects helping children from the refugee camps improve their skills in the English language, the arts and in sports.  He has volunteered as a social worker in the Psychological Support Unit of the YMCA, providing assistance to children who live near the security zones.
 

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